Reviews on Shadow of the Tomb Raider Game

First of all, the changes to this time. Shadow’s pace feels much slower as this time around, the game focuses more on exploring. Instead of constantly throwing players into set pieces and shooting each other like before, and I love that.

The number of times I actually had to shoot each other was quite small, and the exploding set piece was less. This makes me less distracted while exploring, absorbing more beautiful scenes. Instead of just waiting to pull out the guns and shoot each other like in the previous parts.

Like Rise, Shadow also has hub areas so that Lara can go back to her tomb. But this time there are 3 hub zones instead of 2 as Rise. Especially to mention is the ancient city of Paititi, extremely beautiful and wide, and most importantly, the feeling that it is not empty.

The other two hubs are the village of Kuwak Yaku and Mission of San Juan, each with its own unique structure and beauty. Kuwak Yaku is more modern but also more difficult.

The houses were reorganized from temporary roofs, and the land had been plowed up by natural disasters. Mission of San Juan has many white temples, strongly influenced by Christianity. The side missions this time are also more.

The good thing is that the game also allows me to adjust the spoken language of the NPC in the game so that it suits the context.The other two hubs are the Kuwak Yaku village and Mission of San Juan, each with its structure and style.

Kuwak Yaku is more modern, but also more difficult. The houses were reorganized from temporary roofs, and the land had been plowed up by natural disasters. Mission of San Juan has many white temples, strongly influenced by Christianity.

The side missions this time are also more. Another good thing is that the game also allows me to adjust the spoken language of the NPC in the game so that it suits the context.

In short, reducing the rhythm of the game to help me experience Shadow more fully. It’s so rare to play games that I have a feeling of discovering something new and being truly immersed in its world. I play a lot of games and only a few games do that, and Shadow is one of them.